story, different day: Tropical Storm Florence continues to swirl in
the mid-Atlantic and another property in Mexico has reported it is
returning to normal following Hurricane John's visit last weekend.
spins approximately 1,000 miles southeast of Bermuda and will need
to do some major reorganization to transform itself into a
The current forecast
track has Florence eventually turning north a bit, which would
threaten Bermuda over the weekend and make the U.S. East Coast
surfing crowd very happy.
In Mexico, although
the Presidente InterContinental Los
Cabos Resort, an all-inclusive property on the Baja
Peninsula, sustained some minor damage from John, the property is
just about back to normal.
The resort reported
that its restaurants are open, the family pool reopened Sept. 7 and
the activities pool will be back in operation Sept. 8.
activities programs have resumed and new carpeting has been
installed in the resort's meetings facilities in time for the
arrival of groups over the coming weekend.
marketing vice president for Grupo Presidente, which operates the
resort, credited the minimal damage and quick cleanup to the
"detailed action plan implemented by hotel management and
contact reporter Gay Nagle Myers, send e-mail to [email protected].
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